Jenny Agutter

9

Excellent

Call the Midwife: Series 3 review (DVD)

Call the Midwife is the BBC’s biggest drama hit, in ratings terms, in decades. It pulls in upwards of 10 million viewers and it’s not hard to see why –...

9

Excellent

Call the Midwife: Series 2 review (DVD)

I have a confession to make. I blatantly ignored Call the Midwife when the first series aired.

3

Poor

Outside Bet review

This is a lighthearted Brit confection set in the early '80s where a group of cockney London print workers are made redundant due to the new Wapping technology that no...

8

Great

The Railway Children review (Blu-ray)

It's by turns funny, twee, heart-warming and innocent, yet always adorable and tear-jerking. Yet it must be said that time has been kind to The Railway Children.Even when it was...

4

Poor

The Survivor review (DVD)

The Survivor is a 1981 Australian film based on the novel of the same title by literary horror maestro James Herbert.

10

Superb

An American Werewolf in London review (Blu-ray)

Dusted off, digitally remastered and available on Blu-ray for the first time (although this new version had its first UK outing at FrightFest in August, with Mr Landis himself sitting...

10

Superb

An American Werewolf in London

Digitally remastered for a Halloween re-release (although it had its UK debut at FrightFest in August), An American Werewolf is not just a great horror movie, but a great movie period.

7

Good

Irina Palm

Let's hear it for the older woman. Indeed, let's give them a hand. After all, they'd do the same for us if Irina Palm, Sam Garbarski's surprisingly warming tale of...